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Record 32 COVID-19 deaths
Posted: Thursday, December 16, 2021

Cops find car used in prison officer's killing
The silver Mazda 3 Axela bore false licence plates when the killers ambushed Jones as he held his daughter’s hand at the corner of Siparia Old Road and High Street on the afternoon of November 29.

Chief Sec complains about state of THA finances
The Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has limited funds left to fund its expenses until the end of the financial quarter.

Record 32 deaths
...Deadliest day so far of pandemic

Virility fears among young males
Young men are afraid that the Covid-19 vaccine will mess with their manhood and therefore are one of the main groups displaying vaccine hesitancy.

Police team to investigate omicron passenger

‘Now is not the time to abandon ship’
Defeated Tracy holding on to Tobago PNM leadership...

SATT: Supermarkets can’t be safe zones

THA not mandated, obligated to heed advice from AG — Augustine
Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Farley Augustine says they are not mandated or obligated to heed any advice offered by Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.

Tempers flare between Roberts, Al-Rawi in Senate
The debate on the Finance Bill devolved into a shouting match several times between the Government and the Opposition yesterday and forced Senate vice president Nigel De Freitas to his feet to quell the rising tempers and keep the debate focused on the topic.

Unity by any means: Tobago’s political destiny
One aspect of the history of TT which constantly attracts attention and has been subject to various interpretations is the creation of the unified colony of Trinidad and Tobago.

CAL says sorry, gives stranded passengers US$400 vouchers

Tobago man acquitted of sexually assaulting wife

Law firm, lawyer ordered to pay
A law firm and consultant lawyer are to pay for the valuation of a piece of land after a woman was unable to build her home due to the property being without the relevant approvals.

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